CM Sarma: Bodo Language Will be Introduced for Class XI, XII

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma declared that the Bodo language will be taught in Class XI and XII. The declaration was made by the chief minister while speaking at the 61st annual meeting of the Bodo Sahitya Sabha in Tamulpur of Assam on Wednesday.

CM Sarma stated the Bodo language has taken on a new form while speaking to the Bodo Sahitya Sabha, which was also attended by President Ram Nath Kovind. The language has progressed and is now more developed.

The chief minister also announced a Rs. 50 lakh grants for the construction of an auditorium in the Bodo tribes’ regions.

He also stated that the state government will provide Rs. 5 crores to the Bodo Sahitya Sabha.

President Ram Nath Kovind also attended the Bodo Sahitya Sabha’s 61st Annual Conference in Tamulpur. He is the first President of the country to attend the Bodo Sahitya Sabha’s convention.

The Bodo Sahitya Sabha’s three-day conference began on May 2. The Assam government has granted state government employees special casual leave to attend the meeting in Kachubari, Tamulpur, in the Bodoland Territorial Region, which borders Bhutan and West Bengal.

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